There are lots of little additions that I’m liking about OmniFocus 2. As an example, from the change log:
Here’s an example of how this can be helpful: I have a number of projects titled “Overview” which are essentially administration type projects that oversee the rest of the projects sitting in a folder. Something like:
- Big Project
- Folder A
- Project 1
- Project 2
One of the issues has been that in Review mode, I would have to guess which “Overview” folder I was reviewing. It wasn’t a big deal, but it was something. In any case, this feature totally helps out. To turn it on,
- Go to review mode (Command-6) by default.
- Select the view icon (or type Shift-Command-v)
- Select the option “Show Folders in the Outline”:
Now we can have a better view of the hierarchy:
Hi Mr Dini,
I’ve the same interest of this feature, because it allows me the same procedure during the review process which you describe in your FANTASTIC book AKA “REVIEW AJUSTED” which allow reviewing by areas of responsibilities. Thanks again !